Lewis Hamilton will lead Mercedes Valtteri Bottas from the front of the Monaco Grand Prix network, with the order behind them mixed slightly thanks to penalties for Pierre Gasly and Antonio Giovinazzi for offenses under qualification.
Both Gasly and Giovinazzi were guilty of preventing drivers from qualifying.
Giovinazzi held Nico Hulkenberg during the first quarter, while Gasly rolled on the race line as a fast-flowing Romain Grosjean, who came to break Haas driver's lap and send him to a Q2 departure.
Gaslight reduction moves Grosjean teammate Kevin Magnussen up to fifth, while former Red Bull drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat also benefit.
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Racing Point's Lance Stroll and Sergio Perez are hit by a place of Giovinazzi's punishment, as is Charles Leclerc, who could only qualify 16, after Ferrari left him in the pits, which sometimes tumbled at the end of Q1 to devastating effect.
Leclerc, Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez all reported to the stewards after qualifying for missing calls to the road bridge, but no one was punished.
Monaco Grand Prix Starting Route
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